On the last day of #WomensHistoryMonth we highlight three @georgetownuniversity women breaking ground in business!
Some exciting news to report from this week: Georgetown McDonough’s MBA Program produces the world’s most innovative and creative graduates, according to the nearly 3,000 recruiters who responded to the Bloomberg Businessweek recruiter survey as part of their annual MBA rankings.
Check out 10 best practices on working remotely from professor of management Brooks Holtom, an expert in how organizations acquire, develop, and retain human and social capital. More at our #linkinbio. 1. Deliver value every day. 2. Structure your day. 3. Establish working hours. 4. Separate the personal from the professional. 5. Use the best tool for the task. 6. Don’t confuse brief messages with clear messages. 7. Set up occasional coffee chats with colleagues. 8. If you’re a team leader, schedule frequent, regular check-in meetings with your team. 9. Celebrate successes and milestones. 10. Set boundaries with others.
We celebrate our Georgetown McDonough women, past and present, who in the past 60 years since Georgetown’s first female business graduate, continue to overcome and soar past obstacles to achieve success in the business world. Read our magazine feature story, looking at the past six decades of Georgetown women in business, at our link in bio. #internationalwomensday
Follow @georgetownuniversity and check our #linkinbio to stay updated on how we’re keeping our community safe and healthy in the coming weeks. We hope you enjoy Spring Break!
Former CEO Bob Iger is staying on as executive chairman at @WaltDisneyCo, announced Tuesday…but will this prove to be a good move on Disney’s part? Research by @msbgu’s Jason Schloetzer reveals that companies whose ex-CEOs stay on the board suffer lower stock returns than other companies during the two years after the turnover. Read more at the #linkinbio.